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  Ankur Khandelwal


Ankur Khandelwal is a dispute resolution partner in the New Delhi/Gurgaon office. He is involved in various commercial dispute resolutions, litigations and arbitrations. He also has rich experience in white-collar crime/criminal defense. Ankur has experience of advising clients from diverse sectors such as pharmaceutical and healthcare, hospitality, e-commerce, banking and finance, construction & infrastructure, etc.

He advises multinational and domestic clients on a variety of complex litigation issues and is also engaged by clients for formulating and advising comprehensive litigation strategy. He regularly argues before the Supreme Court, High Court of Delhi, National Company Law Appellate Tribunal and other tribunals and fora.

Due to his diverse dispute resolution experience, Ankur is also engaged for advisory in various transactions at different stages, including deal negotiations and policy consultations. During the last few years, Ankur has been extensively advising client in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sector, representing them on, amongst others litigation, regulatory, advisory and policy issues.

Ankur has authored many articles in various business dailies, journals and portals and is regularly invited for panel discussions on national television. His previous stint includes having worked with one of the leading pan-Indian firms for 7 years.


  • No clarity on whether Electronic nicotine delivery systems are to be treated as ‘drugs’ (published by the Financial Express)
  • Compendium of Worldwide Enforcement of Foreign Judgment (India Chapter)
  • Assessing the Scope of Mediation in India: Upholding the Principles of Justice (published by the Asian Dispute Review, Hong Kong)
  • The Three "Battlegrounds" of the Arbitration Law of India: The Trilogy of Grounds for Unwarranted Judicial Intervention (published by the Contemporary Asia Arbitration Journal, China)
  • Untangling the Thread of Retrospectivity in Laws (published by CFO-India)
  • Attending Board meetings by video conferencing: Director’s right, company’s obligation? (published by CFO-India)


  • LL.B., National Law Institute University (NLIU), Bhopal

Practice Areas

  • Commercial Litigation/ Dispute Resolution
  • White Collar Crime Practice
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Insolvency and Bankruptcy Practice
  • E-commerce
  • Healthcare, Pharmaceuticals and Lifesciences


  • Bar Council of Delhi

Contact Details

3rd Floor, Tower-B, Technopolis Building, Sector-54 DLF Golf Course Road,
Gurgaon-122002 (India)
Tel. : (91-124) 4545222
Fax : (91- 124) 4375596 
E-mail :

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